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Mill Valley Public Library, Lucretia Little History Room

The Lucretia Little History Room is dedicated to illuminating the unique and vibrant history of Mill Valley and making this history accessible to people of all ages and interests. We accomplish this by collecting, preserving, and promoting materials of enduring value pertaining to people, places, and events associated with Mill Valley and a few select nearby areas, such as Mount Tamalpais and Muir Woods, that are an essential part of Mill Valley’s historic heritage.

The History Room and the Mill Valley Historical Society have shared a close relationship since their respective foundings in 1977. Since its opening, the Lucretia Little History Room has operated under the jurisdiction of the Mill Valley Public Library and the City of Mill Valley, and its collection is owned by the Library. The Historical Society is a separate nonprofit organization which is not governed by the City. The Historical Society and the Library collaborate in many areas, including on exhibitions, the Mill Valley Oral History Program, and the First Wednesday lecture series. The Historical Society provides valued funding and membership resources to support the History Room’s projects, while the Library provides research support for the Historical Society’s programs and publications, from its annual History Walk to the Mill Valley Historical Review.

Contact Information:

Mill Valley Public Library
Lucretia Little History Room
375 Throckmorton Ave.
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Telephone: (415) 389-4292
Email: hist@cityofmillvalley.org

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Description : Front of postcard depicts Pompador Rock, which resembles a giant stone face with a pompador. Printed on the front are the following words: "5055. Pompador Rock, Mt. Tamalpais, California." The back of the postcard is left blank. The publisher information is listed as, "Published by Cardinell-Vincent Co., San Francisco, Oakland, Lost Angeles. Made in Germany." Source : 1 Page of 1: Postcard (5.5 x 3.5 in.) Call Number : 2016.094.077 Digitized by California...
Topics: californiarevealed, californialightandsound, geology, Mt. Tamalpais, Pompador Rock, rock formations